Who’s running for office in Iowa 2022?

Iowa’s races for governor and Congress are beginning to take shape ahead of Labor Day, an unofficial milestone in political cycles.

This summer, a rush of candidates announced plans to run in 2022, helping set the stage for some high-profile matchups. 

Republicans head into the 2022 cycle with a clear incumbency advantage, fielding returning candidates in at least four of six seats. Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds and U.S. Reps. Ashley Hinson, Mariannette Miller-Meeks and Randy Feenstra — all Republicans — are expected to seek reelection.

Iowa’s lone Democrat in Congress, U.S. Rep. Cindy Axne, has not yet said whether she will seek reelection, leaving the door open to a run for governor. 

Still, big questions remain.

More:Who’s running for Iowa governor in 2022?

Iowa’s senior U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley has not said whether he will seek reelection. Analysts and political insiders agree he would be the favorite to win. His retirement would open the door to a large and chaotic Republican primary. 

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